Boldly go with Chandler London on Ritchie: A Space Odyssey- the introduction to his “rap space-opera.”
As if by transporter, the EP appeared seemingly from out of nowhere and was instantly gobbled up by hungry fans and praised by critics at Chicago Reader, Fake Shore Drive, and Gowhere Hip Hop, among others.
London has a knack for creating imagery more vivid than a Holodeck session; on Ritchie… he does so over instrumentals from Kid Cudi’s Satellite Flight album, which just dropped a few weeks ago.
DOWNLOAD: Chandler London – Ritchie: A Space Odyssey (Sendspace DL)
01. Space Oddity
02. Attack Of The Killer Robots
03. Ritchie And Clio
Video: Jordon Clark, Bryan Zawlocki, Shawn Rosenblatt, and Rich Jones
Edited by : Jordon Clark
The video offers a peek into Netherfriends’ never-ending life on the road, and some cameos from a few Kimball House regulars (we see you Westley!).
P3ACE is available now at netherfriends.us
You don’t have to be from Colorado to understand this new single from Netherfriends… though it could help.
Originally titled “You Wanna,” the track is the newest offering from Netherfriends’ upcoming P3ACE project. “YOUJUANA” finds Netherfriends taking an introspective look at his never-ending musical journey- sometimes peering back, sometimes gazing forward, and sometimes throwing his hands up at what often seems like the futility of it all; A relationship analysis of his music hustle that anyone pursuing their passion can instantly relate to.
“It takes a lot of weed to trick your brain to keep yourself in this music game”
P3ACE comes out March 3rd on netherfriends.us
Netherfriends was recently spotted on NME‘s “Radar”- appearing in the publication’s section for new and noteworthy music in its January 25th issue, on newsstands now.
The one-man-band on-the-run will drop his new LP, #P3ACE, on March 3rd, but you can head over to his Bandcamp right now for the first 3 songs (3P).
It’s impossible to say what Shawn Rosenblatt is going to do next. Having already released his ‘50 Songs 50 States’ collection and a Miles Davis-inspired EP, he’s back with yet more new tunes. ‘3P’ consists of (you guessed it) three tracks that are hazier than a coffee shop in Amsterdam. Dabbling in reggae and R&B sensibilities, ‘3P’ is Netherfriends at his most slinky and seductive. This spring’s anthems have come early. – NME
Click here to check out the feature.
With Freddy Phatz and Revel
Venue Info: harbees.com